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Jim Fassel PROFILE

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NameJim Fassel
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BirthdateAugust 31, 1949
Death DateJune 07, 2021
(died at age 71)
ZodiacVirgo
BirthplaceAnaheim, CA
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OccupationFootball Coach
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Longtime coach of the New York Giants who was named NFL Coach of the Year in 1997.

Before Fame

Unlike many other coaches, he never played a regular season game in the NFL.

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He led the Giants to an NFC Championship in 2000 but the team lost in the Super Bowl to the Baltimore Ravens.

Family Life

He and his wife Kitty had a son before they married whom they gave up for adoption. They reunited with their child in 2003.

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He became a TV announcer for the 2008 NFC Championship Game, along with Marv Albert.

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